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Young Guns Committee; Queens Kickshaw's Anniversary

ASTORIA — The Queens Kickshaw is hosting its three-year-anniversary party this Thursday. There will be a number of special beers on tap, including one made for the Queens Kickshaw by Bridge & Tunnel Brewery. Local band Single Girl Married Girl will provide live music, followed by a DJ until 1:00 a.m. [EaterWire]

EATER YOUNG GUNS — The official selection committee for this year's class of Eater Young Guns has just been decided. These veteran chefs from across the country will decide, along with Eater's editors, the list of this year's up-and-comers in the industry. Among those representing New York are David Chang, Ken Friedman, and Danny Meyer. [~EN~]

LOWER EAST SIDE — Pig & Khao has just launched large-format lechon (suckling pig) dinners. The meal, which serves six to 10 people, includes a slow-roasted pig, unlimited rice, and a choice of two vegetable sides for $45 per person. A 50 percent deposit is required, and reservations must be made a week in advance by calling 212-920-4485. [EaterWire]

GENDER BIAS — Ryan Sutton discusses the lack of high-powered female chefs on WNYC today, noting that even the best explanations as to why are "speculative at best." In his account, April Bloomfield stands out as one of the exceptions to the rule, not only for being a female chef herself, but also for employing multiple women as head chefs in her restaurants and for offering her chefs maternity leave. [WNYC]

The Queens Kickshaw

40-17 Broadway, Astoria, NY 11103 Visit Website

Pig and Khao

68 Clinton Street, Manhattan, NY 10002 (212) 920-4485 Visit Website

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